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Stadtpark, Vienna: Tours & Tickets

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Vienna: Hop-On Hop-Off Tour with Wi-Fi

1. Vienna: Hop-On Hop-Off Tour with Wi-Fi

Hop on a bus and explore Vienna however you wish. This hop-on-hop-off ticket lets you hop on or off the bus as often as you want at any of the stops, so you get to experience all of the sights at your own pace. Alternatively, you can just take a seat and enjoy a city tour with interesting and informative commentary. Choose between 3 routes, each of which takes you to a different part of Vienna. See the State Opera, the Kunsthistorisches Museum (Museum of Art History), Heldenplatz (Heroes' Square), Parliament, the Burgtheater, and the magnificent Hilton Hotel. Or, be driven to Schönbrunn Palace and Belvedere Palace before visiting the KunstHausWien museum, the Danube Steam Navigation Company, or the UNO City – the choice is yours! Your tour offers a choice between 3 routes, which can be combined as you wish: Red Route Admire the sights along the Ring Road, such as the State Opera, Hofburg Palace, the Parliament, and the Burgtheater. Stops: State Opera - Museum of Art History/Heroes' Square - Burgtheater/Town Hall - University - Schwedenplatz - MAK - Hilton Hotel - Kursalon - State Opera Buses arrive every 60 minutes Mondays - Sundays, 9:30 AM – 4:30 PM Yellow Route Discover the famous Schönbrunn Palace, Schwarzenberg Platz, and Belvedere Palace. Stops: State Opera - Schönbrunn Palace - Museum of Military History - Belvedere Palace - State Opera Buses arrive every 60 minutes Mondays - Sundays, 10:00 AM – 4:30 PM The ride from the State Opera to Schönbrunn Palace takes approximately 25 minutes. Blue Route: Visit the famous "Prater area" where you can get acquainted with all the masterpieces of the Museum of Applied Arts, Museum of Fine Arts or even the Kunsthaus/Hundertwasser Museum. You can meet with the greatest Austrian composer, Johann Strauss, in the Stadtpark. Stops: State Opera - Prater - Museum of Applied Arts – Museum of Fine Arts – Hundertwasser House – Stadtpark – Johann Strauss Monument Buses arrive every 90 minutes Mondays - Sundays, 10:30 AM – 2:45 PM Your ticket also includes a self-guided walking tour to discover the musical heritage of the city. Cross the city at your own pace and get acquainted with the most important music halls of Vienna. See the Vienna State Opera, Beethoven Statue, Vienna Concert House, House of Music and the Beethoven Museum. Pick up your headphones and a map from the local partner's service center and follow the instructions of the QuietVox Guiding App to travel from sight to sight. You will scan the QR codes at each stop to learn more about them.

Vienna: 3-Hour Danube Cycle Path Bike Tour & Sightseeing

2. Vienna: 3-Hour Danube Cycle Path Bike Tour & Sightseeing

Experience the capital of Austria on two wheels, accompanied by an expert guide. Explore the most famous sights and ride in between them on a well-maintained bike path. Meet your local guide at the meeting point, strap on your bike and start your adventure with an informative introduction about Vienna. Cycle through the Prater, marvel at the Ferris wheel, and listen to entertaining stories about the former royals. Ride along the Danube Cycle Path to the extraordinary architectural creations of Hundertwasser. Discover the Ringboulvard to get a glimpse of the city's imperial history. Enjoy a stop in front of several fascinating historical sites to learn the entertaining stories behind them. Take photos to capture your unforgettable memories of Vienna's landmarks such as the Opera House, City Hall, Hofburg Palace, and St. Stephen's Cathedral. Cycle back through the multicultural, gastronomically and artistically outstanding Leopoldstadt and get more local hits, tips, and ideas from the staff for the rest of your stay

Vienna: Danube Rhapsody Segway Tour

3. Vienna: Danube Rhapsody Segway Tour

Begin by learning how to navigate safely on your Segway, before heading out of the city center on bike paths to the Danube Canal. There you can see Vienna from a different side, an aspect of the city that not everyone experiences. After crossing the canal, ride into the big Prater Park to discover some more territory that most visitors to Vienna don't see. Glide past the Vienna Economics University, before eventually reaching the River Danube. Johann Strauss’ most famous waltz “The Blue Danube” is dedicated to the beauty of this river, and whilst there you can decide for yourself if the river is actually blue, or if Strauss may have needed his vision checked. Following that, continue along the river to a special vantage point which is one of the best views in Vienna. It presents the Danube cutting through the hills of the Vienna Woods. To complete this unique experience, pass the apartment where Johann Strauss composed “The Blue Danube.”

Vienna: Strauss & Mozart New Year's Concert

4. Vienna: Strauss & Mozart New Year's Concert

Ring in the New Year in classical style and be there when the Salon Orchestra Old Vienna plays for the final time of the year, accompanied by ballet dancers and international opera stars in the Mozartsaal at the Konzerthaus in Vienna. Hear the most beautiful melodies by the king of waltz Johann Strauss and the hero of Viennese Classical music, W. A. Mozart. Enjoy the chance to learn the waltz in a workshop after the concert during the New Year's gala and perfect your style as the atmospheric music plays. Ring in the New Year from the wonderful terrace with views of the Stadtpark during an incredible musical event and party.

Vienna: The Third Man Filming Locations Tour

5. Vienna: The Third Man Filming Locations Tour

On this guided walking tour, step into scenes from The Third Man, a British film noir released in 1949 that captures Vienna's atmosphere of immorality, insecurity, and poverty in the years after World War II. Praised by many as one of the best movies ever made, the film features Academy Award winner Orson Welles playing the main character, Harry Lime. Hear intriguing anecdotes about this dark espionage story as you walk along the cobbled alleys that inspired the movie's screenwriter and see some of the filming locations. Walk through hidden lanes and courtyards of the Austrian capital that inspired author Graham Greene and the film's director, Carol Reed. Hear insightful stories from your knowledgeable guide who puts the city's days during the Allied occupation and Cold War espionage in context as you stroll along the Danube Canal. See some of the movie's locations such as the famous Hotel Sacher and Café Mozart, where Holly Martins secretly met Baron Kurtz. Walk past the apartment on Josefplatz, where the film's hero stayed during his time in Vienna. The scars of war are long gone, but most spots in the cinematic masterpiece remain intact, making this tour thoroughly enjoyable for movie fans and the historically inclined.

Classic Vienna: 3-Hour Guided Bike Tour

6. Classic Vienna: 3-Hour Guided Bike Tour

This tour takes you to Vienna's most beautiful sights, from the city center to the Danube Canal. Stay on bike paths and less congested roads for the ideal experience of Austria's beautiful capital with plenty of chances to stop for photos along the way! Ride along the Ringstraße, passing the famous sights including the Staatsoper (State Opera), the Austrian Parliament Building, the Burgtheater, and the Rathaus (town hall), then continue into the first district, where St. Stephen's Cathedral rises impressively above Stephansplatz. Follows the Donau Canal past Urania and through the Stadtpark, over Karlsplatz with the magnificent Karlskirche, then return to the starting point.

Vienna Art Nouveau: 3-Hour Guided Walking Tour

7. Vienna Art Nouveau: 3-Hour Guided Walking Tour

During the late 19th century Vienna experienced a rapid population expansion, and a modern system of public transportation became essential. The city’s leaders engaged urban planners to draw up metro lines to connect the suburbs with the city center along the Ringstrasse. The architect chosen for this assignment was Otto Wagner. From the beginning, his aim was to create a metro design that would be iconographic, easy to recognize, and highlight Vienna’s cosmopolitanism. It was not surprising that he chose to work in the international avant¬-garde Art Nouveau style. On this 3-hour guided tour you’ll visit 2 of the remaining stations, where you’ll begin a discussion about Viennese Art Nouveau and its ideological underpinnings. Starting out at the beautiful pavilion at Karlsplatz, you’ll visit the small Wagner Museum and then walk to the Stadtpark station, which is the best-preserved of the original metro stations still in use. Your next metro stop is Kettenbrücke station. Along the way you’ll visit the famous Sezession House, the icon par excellence of Viennese Jugendstil. You’ll also see 2 beautiful apartment houses designed by Otto Wagner. Learn more about the philosophy behind Art Nouveau and consider the symbols and materials favored by its practitioners. From Kettenbrücke station, step onto the metro for your last stop, which is a visit to the imperial station. This outstanding building was erected outside Schönbrunn solely for the emperor to use. The crown jewel of the line, this station had a symbolic meaning as well, namely to show critics of Vienna’s metro that the emperor supported the line. Note the methods used by Wagner to translate the generally bourgeois style of Art Nouveau into an aesthetic with imperial grandiosity.

Vienna 1- or 2-Hour Professional Photo Shoot

8. Vienna 1- or 2-Hour Professional Photo Shoot

Experience Vienna like never before, with a professional photographer who will capture images of you against some of Vienna's most beautiful backdrops. Choose between 1- and 2-hour options, depending on the number of locations and photos you’d like. Your friendly personal photographer will take photos of you against stunning Viennese backdrops, as you discover the city’s charms. The photo-documentary style is unobtrusive and natural, and perfect for capturing special occasions or simply the everyday moments of your trip. There’s so much to do in Vienna that it’s easy to find great locations for photos. You can cycle along its impressive streets, enjoy its casual bar and café atmosphere, or discover new treasures at every turn. Photo sessions are held in some of Vienna’s most picturesque neighborhoods. The most popular itineraries include: • Vienna Opera House (Staatsoper): Dress up for the occasion and a photo shoot before attending one of the 300 amazing performances held every year at this world-famous venue. • Stadtpark: Spot the busts of famous musicians as you enjoy a stroll around Vienna’s largest Ringstrasse park. • Museumsquartier: Explore the 8th-largest cultural area in the world and take in the vibrant street art. Alternatively, you can choose your own location(s) that suit your traveling style and personality.

Vienna: Private Flexible Tour by Luxury Van/Limousine

9. Vienna: Private Flexible Tour by Luxury Van/Limousine

Discover Vienna according to your own plans on the city's only private hop-on hop-off tour. A friendly driver will take you to all the main sights, traveling in the comfort of a luxury limousine or minivan just for you. Following a pick-up from your hotel, tell the driver where you want to go, or let them choose the best route for you. Drive along the Ring boulevard, and marvel at the impressive buildings built during the reign of Emperor Franz Josef, including the State Opera House, Museum of Fine Art, Parliament, and City Hall. Go to Heroes' Square to admire the vast Imperial Palace complex, former residence of the Habsburg rulers. Then, get out of town to explore the River Danube and United Nations buildings. Visit the Prater amusement park to see the iconic Ferris Wheel. En route to Schönbrunn Palace, former summer residence of the Habsburgs, pass City Park with its golden statue of Johann Strauss. Continue past St. Charles Church and the Musikverein Concert Hall. Take time to wander in the gardens of Schönbrunn Palace. Your driver cannot accompany you inside any monument, but will get you as close as possible for your convenience. The tour ends back at your hotel or city center, according to your wishes. If time is not an issue, you can also extend the tour by booking more time.

Vienna: Meet Strauss Private Guided Walking Tour

10. Vienna: Meet Strauss Private Guided Walking Tour

The first stop accompanied by your guide will be Theater an der Wien, where almost all of Strauss’ operettas had their premieres. On the way, see the Stadtpark Strauss’ golden memorial, with its intricate sculptural details. Be enraptured by this meditative space, and the background your guide gives it. Karlskirche at Karlsplatz is the church where Strauss said his wedding vows. Pass by mainstay the Vienna State Opera and enter the Old Town, where you'll end up at Strauss' official residence. Get a glimpse of his instruments, furniture, and paintings, in which his personal and musical lives merge in perfect harmony. Extend the tour to 4.5 hours to experience an exclusive evening concert of classical music in a marvelous venue such as Theater an der Wien, the State Opera, or Musikverein Concert Hall. Concerts are performed by some of the titans of the Viennese classical scene, and feature works by Beethoven, Mozart, Strauss, or Schubert.

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What people are saying about Stadtpark, Vienna

Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 1,259 reviews

No better way to explore Vienna... Seen a lot, learn a lot and had lots and lots of fun. Our guide Horst was very informative and got to know everyone on the tour and included everyone and made it a trip to remember.

We enjoyed roaming around the city and learned so much about the history of Vienna. Our tour guide Horst is really friendly and gave a lot of recommendations about food to try and places to visit.

Brilliant tour of the main sights of the city with our fabulous guide Horst who was informative and entertaining!

Great tour, unfortunately you always have to wait 1 hour for the next bus. This loses a lot of time

The pick-up point was excellent and near our lodging.